The Muslims' punk plunks along perfectly. - Oh My Rockness

Band We Like
October 20, 2008
San Diego's The Muslims play really good lo-fi punk that's seeped in history. It's sort of sloppy, and probably fueled by booze, and if you shut your eyes you just might think you're listening to the Voidoids. They've certainly got the swagger.

There's not a whole lot of intricate orchestration going on in The Muslims songs. The bass just sort of plunks along to the easy-going drum thumps, and the laconic guitars do their best to not shred too much (though there are a couple of nice surf solos thrown in there).

Listening to The Muslims you sort of think, "Hey, even I could do that." But hey, you didn't do that. They did. And that's punk rock. The Muslims recently finished a cross-country tour with John Reis' band, The Night Marchers. And you can get their hard-to-find album here!

The Muslims (and The Browns!) play Cake Shop (late night), on Wednesday, October 22nd.


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